Seal coating is one of the most important elements of a pavement management plan. Plus, it makes asphalt more visually appealing. Pavement sealing is used to protect off-highway pavement surfaces against gasoline, oil, salt, water, and ultraviolet rays. Asphalt sealer acts as a waterproofing agent, minimizing the rate at which water enters pavement. Without it, water can seep into the pavement more freely resulting in freeze/thaw expansion and contraction of the pavement. Seal coating every 2-4 years will significantly increase the life of your pavement, maximizing the life of your investment.
HSC has the capability to apply sealer by squeegee and by spray. For unsealed asphalt, we recommend one squeegee coat, followed by a spray coat. The heavy squeegee coat fills the pores of the pavement, while the spray coat leaves a smooth, visually appealing finish. In cases where the pavement is exceptionally rough, squeegeeing may not be possible.
How often should I seal my pavement?
HSC recommends sealing asphalt every 3 years, but intervals can vary based on weather and traffic.
What sets HSC apart from other sealing contractors?
We provide comprehensive pavement maintenance plans to ensure you are only getting what you need, and nothing you don’t. Our focus is on providing quality work that we are proud to stand behind.
How long should I wait before driving on freshly sealed pavement?
HSC recommends a minimum 24 hour cure time for asphalt sealer.
Does HSC use professional grade sealer?
HSC only uses sealer that meets or exceeds federal specifications.
What areas does HSC do sealing in?
HSC performs asphalt sealing in Evansville, and throughout the states of Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. We also workk nationally for some of the nations largest retailers.